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Neon signs

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Box 1, 2018

 File — Box B421.01.0001: Series B421.01 [U186023258305]
Identifier: B421.01.0001
Overview The Gordon Sign Company was founded by Harry A. Gordon in 1904. It is the oldest full-service sign company in the United States. Harry Abraham Gordon was born in Vilnius, Lithuania in 1878 and settled in Denver, Colorado shortly before he founded the Company. His two sons, Edward and Leonard Gordon took over the company in the 1940s and later started one of the largest neon sign companies in Colorado. The collection contains a book of photographs of Gordon neon signs, "Gordon Neon: A Family...
Dates: 2018

Gordon Neon

 Series
Identifier: B421.01

Gordon Sign Company Records

 Collection — Box B421.01.0001: Series B421.01 [U186023258305]
Identifier: B421

Guaranty Bank and Trust Records

 Collection
Identifier: B425
Overview The Guaranty Bank and Trust Company was founded in June 1955 by a group of Jewish businessmen to create access for Jewish businesses to get loans. Anti-Semitism made it difficult for Jews to get loans from other banks. Walter A. Woods, Herbert Horwich, and Ira L. Quiat signed the original Articles of Incorporation. The stylized "G" logo was created in 2006. In 2017, the Guaranty Bank was purchased and merged into the Independent Bank out of Texas. The collection contains copies of corporate...
Dates: 1955-2016

Image of Neon Sign, 2006-2017

 Item
Identifier: B425.01.00002
Overview Image of the Neon Sign that was on the Boulder branch of the Guaranty Bank and Trust. The stylized "G" was part of the logo for the Guaranty Bank and Trust Company.
Dates: 2006-2017